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24th of Dec. 2009

Happy New Year

By Yaron Schoen


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Another year has passed.  Well, flew by would be a better way of describing it.  Time flies when you’re having fun - this is so true in my case.  2009 was definitely a fun and interesting one and a lot of great things happened.  2010 is about to start the best way possible - with a brand spankin’ new web site and an exciting new career path.  For those of you who don’t know, I have decided to leave AOL (after a brief time there) and start a new path of freelance and entrepreneurship. I plan for this coming year to continue focusing on the creation of great web products not only for my clients, but for myself as well. I have a few interesting ideas that I will start rolling out in the upcoming months, some profitable, some experimental, some ground breaking, some just for fun.  I will be announcing more details here in this Blog when time is right. Good times ahead!

Another thing I am extremely grateful for is that I will be here in Manhattan yet another year. New York, in my humble opinion, is the greatest city in the world. Its greatness seems to double in winter. I have loved winter in New York since I was a little boy - it’s just magical. All the holiday lights, the snow in Central Park, the beautiful displays in store windows, Ella Fitzgerald playing in the background, and all that Jazz. For this Blog page, I tried to express the way winter in New York feels to me.  I hope it conveys the experience, though nothing really beats the real thing.  Tell me what you think.

Happy New Year to you all! May 2010 give you all we wish for and much more!

Comments (2)

So what do you think? The world wants to know!

December 25, 2009


Great job. The site looks very good.

From the city that mostly sleeps…


January 03, 2010

This website is looking brilliant and love the unique blog post designs :)
Can’t wait to see NYC in the winter myself…ah well maybe one day!
Good Luck for you m8.